Posts by blacksmoke55

    Did the converter tm.log tell you anything useful?


    What I usually do is put them in the dr400 folder and convert that.

    Hey Jan, I got it going....you spurred my memory. I had the conversion files in the wrong place (AGAIN)! Getting old I guess Thank you so much for your help! :)

    Did you set up the format correctly, like we did in our DR400 example aircraft sound files? Bitrate and mono-channel should be set correctly.

    Hey Jan, yeah I've tripled checked everything...cant seem to find the issue. Like I said the converter runs but I get no output files

    for some reason. Stumped!

    I have set up everything like I did before to convert wav files to (TSB) files but I've missed a step or something.

    When I run the converter it creates the finish folder (sound001) but there is nothing in it. I can tell something is

    not right because the converter just runs for an eye blink, then its done. Last time I had the conversion folder

    in the wrong place...I made a change but I cannot remember what it was.


    Any help much appreciated,

    Cheers

    Aaron

    Skysong Soundworks

    For some reason it does not seem to be downloading. I see the little spinney flower on the right of the screen for a good long while, but no luck so far. Not sure what the issue is...always have good luck on the STEAM page. Stumped for now! :)

    Hey guys,

    I have downloaded the free Colorado scenery from the (STEAM) website. I'm not sure where it saves on my drive or how to install it.

    Can some smart person help the Sound Guy get this installed.


    Thanks in advance,

    Aaron:)

    Skysong Soundworks

    Hey Aerofly 2 Pilots, I wanted to extend a Merry Christmas message to you

    and your families :) Cheers, and a happy and prosperous 2019 to everyone

    here at Aerofly :)


    Great group of people here!

    Thank you for letting me be a part of it.

    Aaron:)

    Skysong Soundworks

    How are things going with this? (been a while) :)

    Hello HiFlyer,

    Well I got the hang of it pretty well. I am hoping the IPACS Team can improve the sound engine so I can introduce true stereo

    sounds into the simulator. I wish there were a way to write something similar to the FSX sound engine. I could make the aircraft in

    Aerofly 2 really come to life!


    Cheers,

    Aaron

    blacksmoke55 - you are an audio guy. I have been wondering whether VB Banana could be used to take the standard mono audio output from AFS2 and apply a Haas effect to give a simulated stereo and add some extra immersion. What do you think? It is amazing software and I already use it to generate a secondary signal which I process to filter out high frequencies and then send to my bass shaker.

    Hey Spit40,


    Well that is an interesting idea. I will download the software and fuss around with a bit.

    I've been away for a while. Good to hear from you.


    Cheers,

    Aaron

    Thanks a lot for responding - much appreciated. I’m away from my rig at the moment, but will try to dig out the email ai received or at least narrow down the purchase date (I bought it within days of its release). Would the order/invoice details have been sent from the email address quoted in your message? I did however find the original compressed file I downloaded, so if there’s been no updates since it’s initial release, I’ll just dig out the sound files I need from there and re-install. Thanks again!

    No worries, all I need is the (name) you used for the purchase. You can also contact me using the (contact us) on my website.

    Cheers my friend!

    Do we know if Aaron has updated any of the files? Haven’t had a chance to re-install it yet, but found that particularly the Corsair engine sound is really “gutless” compared to what I’d expect the big mother-of-all-radial engines ought to sound like. I actually might use the engine sound from the Bucker Jungmeister as a replacement - inaccurate but way better sounding than the Corsair.

    I don’t know the answer but, I have been complaining about the ultra-weak sounds of the Corsair since the first Avsim review published in January 2017. All I got was a lot of double talk about not understanding CS props and such nonsense but, no one would even admit the missing sounds that should be present as you increase or decrease throttle. A good sound pack is sorely needed for sure.


    Regards,

    Ray

    Yes, the sound engine needs an extensive amount of work to bring it up to par. Right now we basically have idle-full power. The rpm transition is sorely lacking in the middle. I can create rudimentary work around fixes for now, but I have to have a fully functioning sound engine script to polish the audio up to gold standard. It is my wish to be able to do that for Aerofly 2, I love this simulator! After all, sound is at least half the fun :) Cheers all AF2 Pilots

    So I wanted to re-install these sounds after the large update, but cannot find the download I purchased from Skysong Soundworks on my hard-drive. Nor can I find any email from Skysong or log in on their web-site (their web-site doesn't know my email address as a known customer - I could swear I registered at the time of purchase?!?) Can anyone remind me what the name of the original file from Aaron was call so that I can search it up!

    Hello Ozav8r, you can always e-mail me at: arspilot@aim.com if you need additional help. Please provide me your date of purchase and (name used) and I will check your customer status. Looks like you found your original file download, it happens to me also. P.S. Thank you! :)

    I see the Q400 isn't supported. Pity. Beside the Cessna it's the only plane I fly. Don't know if this is worth the money for just the Cessna sounds. I suppose there isn't a comparison video somewhere? I did see a short clip of the Cessna at the end of the official video but I'd like a comparison.

    Hey J, I did upload a version for the Q400. Check Flightsim.com

    Cheers,

    Aaron

    Speaking of "sound" Had an intermittent buffeting helicopter noise in my speakers the last few weeks. Man, I kept trying everything to get rid of it!!

    Could not track it down. Sitting to my right on my equipment table is my modem, telephone, and router. Just for fun I unplugged the router, *Tad-Da*

    Case solved! The router was sending noise into my sound blaster amplifier and feeding it into my speakers. Had to move the router further away from

    my computer. Its funny how these small pesky things pop up now and then!


    Well I am spending some hours digging around in Aerofly 2 and trying some different things with the audio. I have had a look at some of the tmd stuff.

    Trying a few minor tunings, lab experiments so to speak. Working on the oil slinging, smoke sputtering, ear shattering, flying apart at the seams god

    forsaken Sopwith Camel sound...lol! I can see why it killed so many young pilots! Most probably bailed out to stop hearing the noise!! :) I hope you guys don't mind my sense of humor, it keeps me young. There is hope, spring has arrived here in the mid atlantic U.S. and my golf clubs are shined up and ready to go! Hoo-Ray!


    Cheers and happy landings!

    Aaron